Common Variable Learning and Invariant Representation Learning using Siamese Neural Networks

29 Dec 2015  ·  Uri Shaham, Roy Lederman ·

We consider the statistical problem of learning common source of variability in data which are synchronously captured by multiple sensors, and demonstrate that Siamese neural networks can be naturally applied to this problem. This approach is useful in particular in exploratory, data-driven applications, where neither a model nor label information is available... In recent years, many researchers have successfully applied Siamese neural networks to obtain an embedding of data which corresponds to a "semantic similarity". We present an interpretation of this "semantic similarity" as learning of equivalence classes. We discuss properties of the embedding obtained by Siamese networks and provide empirical results that demonstrate the ability of Siamese networks to learn common variability. read more

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